EASY STEAK QUESADILLAS

KEY HELPFUL INGREDIENTS

ANY KIND OF STEAK WORKS JUST FINE
ANY KIND OF STEAK WORKS JUST FINE

GREAT TIME WITH FOOTBALL STARTING EASY STEAK QUESDILLAS

Ingredients


3- Lbs of steak any kind

1-Medium bell pepper any color chopped

1-Medium red onion chopped

2- Lbs of Mexican blend of cheese

1-Package of fajita dry mix 3 ounces

¼ stick of butter

Salt & pepper

Olive oil 4 ounces

1-large pack of floured tortillas

4-ounces of salsa

4-ounces of sour cream

1- Ripe avocado



Preparing the steak 



Lets take the steak and the fajita mix , put into a large freezer bag adding 2 ounces of olive oil, salt and pepper, shake the bag well and put in the ice box, for about an hour to marinate.



Now let’s take a skillet pan, add your marinated steak , with about 2 mores ounces of olive oil to the pan, cook for about 5 to 7 minutes, try not to overcook steak it will cook more in the floured tortillas.


Place cooked steak off to the side for cooling, next with the same pan add your chopped bell pepper and your red onion over a medium heat, adding more salt and pepper, cook until both are soft, once there all cooked place in a bowl off to the side.


Cut cooled off steak into small diced pieces, place into a bowl for later assembling.


Assembling and cooking quesadillas


You will need a large flat skillet pan or an electric griddle, put a small amount of butter in pan, for each batch of quesadillas, this will add a nice butter flavor to your floured tortillas.


on a low to medium heat take one of your floured tortilla and add some steak to one side of the tortilla, next add some of your cooked peppers and onions, followed by a nice handful of you Mexican blend cheese, and fold in half.


Carefully place in heated pan, press down firmly , and cook for about 3 to 6 minutes on both side, until there’s a nice brown color on each side, tip if your family doesn’t like peppers or onions simply don’t add them, that’s the great part about cooking and assembling, rather than cooking all the peppers and onions and chicken in one pan.

Now in a small bowls add your salsa, and your sour cream, I like to keep off to the side in case someone doesn’t like that, also cut up your avocado and mash with salt and pepper, add a few drops of olive oil and stir up and put in a bowl.

I like to peel my quesadillas open and add all three items and fold back and chow, this is great with a nice rice side dish, but that’s for another time, this recipe will serve about 2 to 3 adults if you having more people just double up my ingredients.


(Cost is about 8.00 dollars)



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prasetio30 7 years ago from malang-indonesia

wow....yummy. it sound delicious. thanks for share. great recipes about this steak.


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elisabethkcmo 7 years ago from Just East of Oz

yum!! my problem is flipping the quesadilla over without making a mess, but that's me


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dohn121 7 years ago from Hudson Valley, New York

Great hub! This looks and sounds amazing. I really like your pics too! They're perfectly in sync with the rest of the content. I'm going to bookmark this one. Thanks!


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wildsurgg 7 years ago from BOSTON AREA Author

Thank you all.... elisabethkcmo the trick is hold the top of the quesadillas while flipping from the bottom and as soon as its crispy there easy to flip...

Thanks all


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Tesa Adams 7 years ago from Austin, Texas

I have to quit reading your recipe hubs, I am now starving. Good thing I have some tortillas at home.


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AllMomNeeds2know 7 years ago

Wildsurgg,

I'm going to be trying these quesadillas. thanks again for the cost and easy to follow directions.


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brandyBachmann 6 years ago

great hub! i love quesadillas! now i want to eat one.


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lilly_dens 6 years ago

yum yum yum, i'll try to learn in making this one. great hub!


lil_b 5 years ago

it was great !!!!!!


Jeff Donnell 4 years ago

My wife and I live in central Texas, and we eat "Mexican"

food as often as we can.

We both love quesadilla's

and your recipe sounds like just what we're looking for.

We may also try this w/ venison,

and any advice on that type meat would be greatly appreciated.

Jeff Donnell

1424 Patrick Rd.

Waco, Tx.76708

E-mail:donnellja2003@ yahoo.com

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